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Furthermore , the

Furthermore , the

**atomic**electrons possess intrinsic magnetic moments which cannot be expressed in terms of a current density . These moments can give rise to dipole fields which vary appreciably on the**atomic**scale of dimensions .Page

Now bmax is very large compared to

Now bmax is very large compared to

**atomic**dimensions , especially for large y . Consequently in dense media there are many**atoms**lying between the incident particle's trajectory and the typical**atom**in question if b is comparable to ...Page 638

Spherical wave expansion, of E and B, 546 Stokes's theorem, 9 Stored energy in resonant cavity, 256 Stress,. Scattering cross section, for radiation, resonant, 604 Scattering of particles, by

Spherical wave expansion, of E and B, 546 Stokes's theorem, 9 Stored energy in resonant cavity, 256 Stress,. Scattering cross section, for radiation, resonant, 604 Scattering of particles, by

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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